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Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis ejected from Lakers game

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis ejected from Lakers game

Getting ejected from the game after screaming all kinds of obscenities at Rockets guard and State Farm spokesman Chris Paul, Kiedis' band's name wasn't the only thing seeing red.

"We were right there".

The Rockets are a few months removed from reaching Game 7 of the Western Conference finals, and they've added Anthony to their attack. "But I'm not disappointed at all". We are going to have some early troubles.

"Next man up, let's go", Walton said. Teammates got him away from the drama, but when Rondo and Paul threw down, Ingram ran back down the court and jumped into the fight with punches for Paul, including one deemed by the league to be "extremely aggressive".

The NBA handed down the punishments a day after the skirmish in the fourth quarter at Staples Center.

The Lakers' first season with LeBron James was never going to be boring, but James is eager to get back to basketball.

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"I didn't see anything and I didn't say anything to my team after the game", James said.

James was introduced to the sold out crowd of 19,000 by Lakers announcer Lawrence Tanter: "The other forward is number 23, his 16th campaign, St. Vincent-St". This is a team that is young and is still proving whether or not they can hang with LeBron James.

New vision shows Kiedis berating Paul before turning his attention - and his middle finger - to a Houston staffer, all as bandmate and Lakers super-fan Flea sits quietly in his courtside seat.

Walton, who has been trying to figure out rotations and lineups since the start of camp, now has to try to coach the Lakers (0-2) to their first win of the season without two of his starters.

The league said Ingram was suspended for aggressively escalating the altercation and throwing a punch in the direction of Paul, confronting referee Jason Phillips in a hostile manner, and instigating the overall incident by shoving Harden.

"I saw it from a distance". Paul alleges Rondo spit in his face which forced Paul to stick a hand in Rondo's. Paul will miss two games. Ingram came in swinging, literally, and tried to land a punch or two of his own.